Meet Riah, Founder of Greathouse Trial Law - One of Atlanta’s Most Successful Personal Injury Firms
Hi, I'm Riah Greathouse, the owner of Greathouse Trial Law. Thank you so much for contacting us about your personal injury claim. And while you still may be undecided, here are a few things that I wanted to share with you. A question that I often hear is, “Will I have a real Attorney assigned to my case?” And the short answer is yes.
Here at the firm, we make sure that every client is represented by a real attorney who fights for maximum compensation on your case. In many firms, you're only assigned to case managers; you don't have a real lawyer that works on your case. Here, we believe that every client should be represented by an attorney. And don't be embarrassed to ask questions. That's what we're here for. You're not a burden; it's our job.
Another question that you may have is, “How successful are we?” Very proud to say we're extremely successful. We won over 99% of our cases, the way that we do that is through that team method. We make sure that from the very beginning, we're interviewing you, we're interviewing witnesses, we're gathering as much evidence as we possibly can. And this process has allowed us to make a name for ourselves.
Insurance companies know exactly who we are. We fight for every single dime. One of the points I’m frequently asked is, “What's next? Who's going to get me to the doctor? What doctor should I even go to?” We make sure that we work with top notch professionals who are not only going to make sure that you're getting the best treatment you can to get back to full health, but they also know how to document; they know how to make sure that your notes are what the insurance company needs to make sure that they're going to reimburse you for maximum dollar.
If you're still undecided, take your time. We'll be more than happy to answer any questions that you may have. In fact, a team member will be reaching out shortly to answer those additional questions. We look forward to working with you.